Chain maille is gaining popularity and is an artform in itself. Whether you are interested in traditional chain maille, jewellery making or sculptures, this class is a great introduction to the craft. You will learn the basics of chain maille for jewellery making while being shown how to make a bracelet or pair of earrings using the byzantine weave. The byzantine weave is a good beginner weave that can be used in combination with other weaves to make beautiful & unique jewellery.
- How to do the byzantine weave
- How to make a bracelet or earrings with jump rings
- Correct way of opening and closing rings
- Materials to make up two earrings or a single bracelet
- You don't need to bring anything
You MUST WEAR ENCLOSED FOOTWEAR
Teens and adults
Cancellation Policy: As we purchase materials based on the number of attendees for each workshop we are unable to refund tickets. We do welcome you to pass your ticket to a friend to come in your place. Please email us if you do wish to change the name on the ticket. In the event that the class is cancelled by Hobbymedo, fees will be refunded or alternative dates offered.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
If you wish to use public transport to get to this event, please visit Translink. Off-street customer car parking is available at 75 Redland Bay Road - just follow the driveway around the back of the Baby Bunting store.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / Phone: 07 3161 1485 / Visit: www.hobbymedo.com.au / Message us on Facebook
Will this class be offered at other times?
Further classes will be scheduled depending on demand. You are welcome to email us with your preferred days and times for workshops. We also welcome requests for particular workshops.
What is Hobbymedo?
Hobbymedo is a hobby activity centre located at Capalaba on Brisbane's southside. It is an air conditioned centre with tools, equipment and facilities catering for arts, crafts, sewing, graphic design, 3D printing, woodworking, leatherwork, wirework and much more. Details of our facilities and events can be found on our webpage at www.hobbymedo.com.au